Kawaii City: Jfashion Blogging on ya Block
Kawaii Truths: It’s a lot harder than you think to be a Jfashion Blogger
Writing about fashion is one thing, but how do you take time to stand out on your own? What sets yourself apart from the kawaii lifestylers who are YouTube and bring in rich visual content that’s engaging. Do people want to read about your lifestyle or just see it? This is what brings us to day’s kawaii report. I like doing these kawaii truth blurbs because what’s a little magic without honesty! In the craft of my kawaii world, I touch upon storytelling with a beautiful, magical girl aesthetic.
I bring writing into my kawaii lifestyle because I love it. It’s the unity between storytelling and style. I have a head full of characters, and I love sharing them. I’m telling a story while encouraging a form of digital expression with a dash of emotional authenticity. Is it valuable in Jfashion communities? You’ll have to tell me. A lot of truth comes in writing, along with pure voice and stream of consciousness. It's intimate. Is there a place for that form of intimacy? I think so. I’m not the only Jfashion blogger I know if anything I’m new on the block living in the pink shack. So allow me to take some time and introduce you to some Jfashion bloggers/writers who also live on this fashionable block. I like to think of them as my kawaii neighbors. These beautiful souls are kawaii entrepreneurs, designers, artists, advocates, and more:
You'll find different styles of Jfashion and also various applications of the kawaii lifestyle. I'm recommending these blogs because i'm subscribed to them and feel inspired by them but that doesn't mean that they are the only ones out there. If you know more leave some links or share them with me! The more I learn about Jfashion, history, and the application of the kawaii lifestyle the more I feel attuned to my magical girl lifestyle. Its fun, adventurous and also a way of self expression that challenges me.